Is diastolic dysfunction reversible?

Depends -- it depends on the causes -- for example, obesity and elevated BP can be treated, but heart attack and heart muscle disease are irreversible.
No. Sadly, we have no drugs that reverse it. The best you can do it keep your BP well controlled as that is the most common cause.

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1-is grade1 diastolic dysfunction with EF72% can be reversable or regress? 2-Is liver fatty disease degree1 can be revearsable? If yes how? What to do?

Yes to both. . Grade 1diastolic dysfunction can be improved be controlling blood pressure and heart rate well. Diastolic dysfunction is a filling problem, not a pumping problem. An EF of 72% is normal. Fatty liver can be due to diabetes, alcohol, or weight among other things. Vitamin E 400 I.U. twice daily can reverse that. . Read more...

What exactly is diastolic dysfunction?

Diastolic dysfunctio. Good question....The heart in diastole relaxes and the fibers stretch out as the heart fills. When there is diastolic dysfunction the heart doesn't relax normally and it takes higher pressures to stretch out the fibers to where they can efficiently shorten for systole. This is somewhat oversimplified but hopefully gives you the general idea..... Read more...
Diastolic dysf. This occurs when the heart muscle is stiffer than normal and more than a normal amount of pressure is required to fill the heart before it pumps the blood out. If the filling pressure gets too high it results in pulmonary edema and shortness of breath, particularly with exertion. Uncontrolled hypertension is a common cause and can be acute or chronic. Read more...